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Bone Tissue
long bone
short bone
flat bone
irregular bone
typically as long as they are wide; mostly compact bone; exam…
generally cubed shape; contain mostly spongy bone; examples a…
thin, flattened, usually curved bones; found in areas of prot…
bones that do not fit into any other classification of bone;…
long bone
typically as long as they are wide; mostly compact bone; exam…
short bone
generally cubed shape; contain mostly spongy bone; examples a…
Bone Tissue
Osteo...
Functions of Skeleton
Bones form using...
Mineralization/calcification
Related to bones
Support, Protection, Movement, Electrolyte balance, Acid-Base…
metals (Calcium, Magnesium)
Hardening process of osseous tissue through the deposition of…
Osteo...
Related to bones
Functions of Skeleton
Support, Protection, Movement, Electrolyte balance, Acid-Base…
Bone Tissue
red bone marrow
compact (dense) bone
long bone
haversian (central) canal
responsible for blood cell production
type of bones that is found on the surface of bones,outer she…
bones that are longer than they are wide, and produce major b…
extends through the center of an osteon
red bone marrow
responsible for blood cell production
compact (dense) bone
type of bones that is found on the surface of bones,outer she…
Bone Tissue
ossification
osteoclasts
red bone marrow
compact (dense) bone
the process of bone formation
bone dissolving cells on the bone surfaces
responsible for blood cell production
type of bones that is found on the surface of bones,outer she…
ossification
the process of bone formation
osteoclasts
bone dissolving cells on the bone surfaces
59 terms
Bone Tissue
5 primary functions of the skeletal sy…
Six bone shapes
Sutural bones
irregular bones
-support-provide a framework for attachment of soft tissues a…
-sutural bones... -irregular bones... -short bones... -flat bones... -lon…
-also called Wormian bones... small, irregularly shaped. found b…
Have complex shapes with short, flat, notched or ridged surfa…
5 primary functions of the skeletal sy…
-support-provide a framework for attachment of soft tissues a…
Six bone shapes
-sutural bones... -irregular bones... -short bones... -flat bones... -lon…
50 terms
Bone Tissue
Osteo...
Functions of Skeleton
Bones form using...
Mineralization/calcification
Related to bones
Support, Protection, Movement, Electrolyte balance, Acid-Base…
metals (Calcium, Magnesium)
Hardening process of osseous tissue through the deposition of…
Osteo...
Related to bones
Functions of Skeleton
Support, Protection, Movement, Electrolyte balance, Acid-Base…
153 terms
Bone Tissue
The study of bone
Dynamic tissue that continually remode…
Bone tissue with a matrix hardened by…
Functions of the Skeleton (6)
Osteology
Bones
Calcification
Support, protection, body movement, hemopoiesis, mineral stor…
The study of bone
Osteology
Dynamic tissue that continually remode…
Bones
10 terms
Bone Tissue
Bone Tissue
Compact Bone
Osteon
Lamellae
(Osseous Tissue) Most rigid connective tissue, Internally sup…
Hard, dense bone tissue that is beneath the outer membrane of…
(Haversian System) A structural unit of compact bone consisti…
Concentric rings made up of extracellular matrix that consist…
Bone Tissue
(Osseous Tissue) Most rigid connective tissue, Internally sup…
Compact Bone
Hard, dense bone tissue that is beneath the outer membrane of…
61 terms
Bone Tissue
skeletal system composed of
bone
cartilage
Ligament
bone, cartilage, ligament, tendons
form strong flexible framework of the body
over any joint surfaces of bones
holds bones together at the joints
skeletal system composed of
bone, cartilage, ligament, tendons
bone
form strong flexible framework of the body
Bone Tissue
Organic-Osteoid
Inorganic
Osteoprogenitor/Osteogenic
osteoblasts
Mostly collagen, gives flexibility
hyroxyapatite=Ca-P crystals, gives hardness
Bone stem cells-produce osteoblasts
secrete osteoid
Organic-Osteoid
Mostly collagen, gives flexibility
Inorganic
hyroxyapatite=Ca-P crystals, gives hardness
100 terms
Bone Tissue
6 Functions of Bones
5 types of bones
Examples of Long Bones (4)
examples of short bones (2)
1. Support: form the framework that supports the body and cra…
1. Long bones... 2.Short bones... 3. Flat Bones... 4. Irregular Bones…
femur, tibia, fibula, humerous
cube-shaped, carpal bones
6 Functions of Bones
1. Support: form the framework that supports the body and cra…
5 types of bones
1. Long bones... 2.Short bones... 3. Flat Bones... 4. Irregular Bones…
11 terms
bone tissue
central canal
osteocyte
osteon
proximal epiphysis
holes in structure
in lacuna ... bone cells that maintain the bone matrix
smaller oblong ovals
central canal
holes in structure
osteocyte
in lacuna ... bone cells that maintain the bone matrix
74 terms
Bone Tissue
cartilage
chondroblasts
osteoblast
chondrocyte
...
secrete the matrix
matrix-synthesizing and secreting cell (collagen) responsible…
mature chondroblasts that maintain the matrix; live in lacunae
cartilage
...
chondroblasts
secrete the matrix
73 terms
Bone and Bone Tissue
Skeletal System
Protection from skeletal system
Mineral storage and acid-base homeosta…
Blood cell information from skeletal s…
Bones, joints, and their assciated supporting tissues. Main o…
Certain bones, including the skull, sternum, ribs, pelvis. *P…
The bone is the most important storehouse in the body for cal…
Bones house red bone marrow, specialized connective tissue in…
Skeletal System
Bones, joints, and their assciated supporting tissues. Main o…
Protection from skeletal system
Certain bones, including the skull, sternum, ribs, pelvis. *P…
20 terms
Bone Tissue
Bone Tissue
Osteoblasts
Osteocytes
Osteoclasts
Calcified, living, connective tissue that forms most of the s…
Secrete organic part of bone matrix
-Mature bone cells... -Sit in lacunae... -Maintain bone matrix
Degrade and reabsorb bone
Bone Tissue
Calcified, living, connective tissue that forms most of the s…
Osteoblasts
Secrete organic part of bone matrix
53 terms
Bone Tissue
Functions of Skeletal System
Support
protection
movement
support, protection, movement, mineral storage, blood cell fo…
helps softer tissues and provides points of attachment for sk…
helps internal organs stay safe and reduces risk of internal…
skeletal muscles are attached to bones in the skeleton
Functions of Skeletal System
support, protection, movement, mineral storage, blood cell fo…
Support
helps softer tissues and provides points of attachment for sk…
32 terms
Bone Tissue
What two major types of cartilage are…
Where is hyaline cartilage found?
Where is fibrocartilage found?
What is the function of hyaline cartil…
Hyaline cartilage & fibrocartilage
-Found in articular cartilages, costal cartilages, respirator…
Found in menisci of the knee and intervertebral discs
Prove support with flexibility and resilience
What two major types of cartilage are…
Hyaline cartilage & fibrocartilage
Where is hyaline cartilage found?
-Found in articular cartilages, costal cartilages, respirator…
24 terms
Bone Tissue
Functions of Bone Tissue
Four Types of Bones
Compact Bone Vs. Spongy Bone (Trabecul…
Long Vs. Flat bones
1. Support-framework that supports the body and cradles its s…
a. long ( humerus, radius, ulna, metacarpus, phalanges, femur…
Compact bone is the hard outer layer that gives bones their s…
Flat bones have simpler design. They consist of thin plates o…
Functions of Bone Tissue
1. Support-framework that supports the body and cradles its s…
Four Types of Bones
a. long ( humerus, radius, ulna, metacarpus, phalanges, femur…
13 terms
Bones & Bone Tissue
Bone Tissue Characteristics
Bone Tissue Function
Bone Tissue Cells... 1.Osteoblasts... 2.Oste…
Periosteum & Endosteum COME BACK TO THIS
1. Well Vascularized... 2. Collagen Fibers
1. Support (pelvic bowl/legs)... 2. Protect (skull/vertebrae. PR…
1. Osteoblasts: secrete organic part of bone matrix (it creat…
Peri:... - EXTERNAL layer of CT that sorrounds bone... -outer laye…
Bone Tissue Characteristics
1. Well Vascularized... 2. Collagen Fibers
Bone Tissue Function
1. Support (pelvic bowl/legs)... 2. Protect (skull/vertebrae. PR…
Bone tissue
Functions of skeletal tissue
Six shapes of bones
Dense tissue
Hyaline cartilage
Electrolyte balance, rigid barrier, hemopoiesis, percentage o…
Long, short, flat, irregular, sutural, and sesamoid
Periosteum, superficial cover on non-articulating surfaces
Superficial cover on articulating surfaces
Functions of skeletal tissue
Electrolyte balance, rigid barrier, hemopoiesis, percentage o…
Six shapes of bones
Long, short, flat, irregular, sutural, and sesamoid
8 terms
Bone Growth: bone tissue
Bone Tissue Types
cortical bone tissue
Cancellous bone tissue
Medullary bone tissue
Cortical... Cancellous ... Medullary bone
also known as (compact or lamellar)... Dense... 80% of skeletal w…
also known as (spongy or trabecular) ... Less dense bone interior
Calcium reserves in poultry
Bone Tissue Types
Cortical... Cancellous ... Medullary bone
cortical bone tissue
also known as (compact or lamellar)... Dense... 80% of skeletal w…
Bone Tissue
cartilage
Functions of the skeleton
pericondrum
hyaline cartilage
1.highly flexible... 2.high water content... 3.provides resilence
1.Support bones of the limbs and vertebral column support the…
a dense irregular connective tissue membrane that covers exte…
most abundant
cartilage
1.highly flexible... 2.high water content... 3.provides resilence
Functions of the skeleton
1.Support bones of the limbs and vertebral column support the…
Bone Tissue
cartilage
Functions of the skeleton
pericondrum
hyaline cartilage
1.highly flexible... 2.high water content... 3.provides resilence
1.Support bones of the limbs and vertebral column support the…
a dense irregular connective tissue membrane that covers exte…
most abundant
cartilage
1.highly flexible... 2.high water content... 3.provides resilence
Functions of the skeleton
1.Support bones of the limbs and vertebral column support the…
6 terms
bone tissue
tissues
Components of skeletal system
functions of bone and skeletal system
Osteology
bone (osseous) tissue, dense connective tissue, epithelium, a…
bones, cartilage, ligaments, tendons
support, protection, assistance in movement, mineral homeosta…
the study of bone structure and the treatment of bone disorders
tissues
bone (osseous) tissue, dense connective tissue, epithelium, a…
Components of skeletal system
bones, cartilage, ligaments, tendons
49 terms
Bone Tissue
functions of the skeletal system
shapes of bone(s)
diaphysis
epiphysis
support, mineral and energy storage, hemopoiesis, protection,…
long, short, flat, sutural (wormian), irregular, sesamoid
shaft of a long bone
enlarged end of long bone
functions of the skeletal system
support, mineral and energy storage, hemopoiesis, protection,…
shapes of bone(s)
long, short, flat, sutural (wormian), irregular, sesamoid
26 terms
Bone Tissue
Explain the difference between epiphys…
How do bones grow in length and where…
Where is the periosteum and what does…
Name 2 types of bone tissue
The Epiphyseal plate contains cartilage used for producing bo…
The epiphyseal plate is the area of growth in a long bone. It…
The Periosteum is the covering of a bone. It contains nerves…
Spongy and compact
Explain the difference between epiphys…
The Epiphyseal plate contains cartilage used for producing bo…
How do bones grow in length and where…
The epiphyseal plate is the area of growth in a long bone. It…
88 terms
Bone Tissue
bone matrix
osteogenic cells
osteoblasts
osteocytes
organic- osteoid-mostly collagen, gives flexibility... inorganic…
aka osteoprogenitory cells... bone stem cells- can produce osteo…
secrete osteoid ... under periosteum & endosteum
mature bone cells
bone matrix
organic- osteoid-mostly collagen, gives flexibility... inorganic…
osteogenic cells
aka osteoprogenitory cells... bone stem cells- can produce osteo…
Bone Tissue
What is the human body mostly made of
Osseous tissue
Ligaments
Tendons
Cartilage
A connective tissue which the matrix is hardened by the depos…
Fibrous bands that help hold various bones together (bone to…
Fibrous bands that attach muscles to bones
What is the human body mostly made of
Cartilage
Osseous tissue
A connective tissue which the matrix is hardened by the depos…
59 terms
Bone Tissue
Functions of the skeletal system (6)
What are non-living functions of the s…
What are the living functions of the s…
Red Marrow
Support... Movement... Protection... Mineral Storage... Energy storage... He…
Support... Movement... Protection
Mineral Storage... Energy Storage... Hematopoiesis
connective tissue in the interior cavity of a bone where hema…
Functions of the skeletal system (6)
Support... Movement... Protection... Mineral Storage... Energy storage... He…
What are non-living functions of the s…
Support... Movement... Protection
184 terms
bone tissue
Dynamic tissue that continually remode…
2) Bone or osseous tissue is what type…
What makes up the skeletal system?
What are individual bones made up of?
bone tissue
bone or osseous tissue is a connective tissue with a matrix h…
Bones
Individual bones are made up of bone tissue, bone marrow, car…
Dynamic tissue that continually remode…
bone tissue
2) Bone or osseous tissue is what type…
bone or osseous tissue is a connective tissue with a matrix h…
27 terms
Bone Tissue
Bone
Tendons
Ligaments
Function of Bones
rock hard tissue; comprised of cells embedded in a mineralize…
connect muscles to bones
connect bones to bones
1. support... 2. movement... 3. protection... 4. mineral storage... 5. bl…
Bone
rock hard tissue; comprised of cells embedded in a mineralize…
Tendons
connect muscles to bones
Bone Tissue
Bone
Components of a bone
Shapes of bones
Long bones
osseous tissue... Connective tissue with hardened matrix... Matrix…
Bone tissue, blood, marrow, cartilage, adipose tissue, nervou…
long, short, irregular, flat
Serve as rigid levers that produce body movements... Longer than…
Bone
osseous tissue... Connective tissue with hardened matrix... Matrix…
Components of a bone
Bone tissue, blood, marrow, cartilage, adipose tissue, nervou…
58 terms
Bone tissue
Osteogenic cells
Osteoblasts
Osteocytes
Osteoclasts
Cells the begin to make new bone. These cells originate from…
The bone forming cells. These cells lay down the bone matrix…
Are mature osteoblasts. Understand osteocytes do not deposit…
Cells found in the endostrum that resorb or break down bone m…
Osteogenic cells
Cells the begin to make new bone. These cells originate from…
Osteoblasts
The bone forming cells. These cells lay down the bone matrix…
Bone and Bone Tissue part 1
Red Bone Marrow
Spongy Bone
Cancellous Bone
Trabeculae
functions to form red blood cells; found in the cavities of m…
Cancellous bone
latticelike arrangement of bony plates occuring at the ends o…
the irregular latticework of thin bony plates in spongy bone…
Red Bone Marrow
functions to form red blood cells; found in the cavities of m…
Spongy Bone
Cancellous bone
Bone Tissue
Diaphysis
Epiphysis
Periosteum
Sharpey's Fibers
shaft of bone... composed of compact bone
ends of bone... composed mostly of spongy bone
outside covering of diaphysis... fibrous connective tissue membr…
secure periosteum to underlying bone
Diaphysis
shaft of bone... composed of compact bone
Epiphysis
ends of bone... composed mostly of spongy bone
44 terms
Bone Tissue
Two types of bone tissue?
What is bone?
What are spongy bone trabeculae?
Epiphysis and Diaphysis
spongy bone (which is at the center) and compact bone (outer…
-connective tissue... - ECM is made of collagen fibers hardened…
- delicate arches of spongy bone... - in between would be bone m…
- end of long bone (grow separately from shaft initially)... - s…
Two types of bone tissue?
spongy bone (which is at the center) and compact bone (outer…
What is bone?
-connective tissue... - ECM is made of collagen fibers hardened…
Bone Tissue
Skeletal System
Cartilage
Ligaments
Tendons
Composed of bones, cartilages, and ligaments
Most bones are made from cartilage models. Covers joint surfa…
Hold bones together at joints
Attach muscles to bone
Skeletal System
Composed of bones, cartilages, and ligaments
Cartilage
Most bones are made from cartilage models. Covers joint surfa…
Bone Tissue
functions
long bone structure
diaphysis
epiphyses
support, protect, assist movement, mineral homeostasis, blood…
diaphysis, epiphyses, metaphyses
main portion, long, cylindrical
end of bones, proximal and distal
functions
support, protect, assist movement, mineral homeostasis, blood…
long bone structure
diaphysis, epiphyses, metaphyses
38 terms
Bone Tissue
1. Spongy Bone... 2. Compact Bone... 3. Prox…
1. Proximal Epiphysis... 2. Metaphysis... 3.…
1. Compact Bone... 2. Spongy Bone... 3. Peri…
1. Osteogenic Cell... 2. Osteoblast... 3. Os…
1. Spongy Bone... 2. Compact Bone... 3. Prox…
1. Proximal Epiphysis... 2. Metaphysis... 3.…
17 terms
Bone Tissue
Bone tissue (structure)
Bone tissue (function)
Bone tissue types
Long bone structure
Connective tissue with cells and mineralized extracellular ma…
Mechanical support, movement, storage of minerals and fats, p…
Primary - (immature woven) replaced by mature tissue in adult…
Diaphysis with medullary cavity... epihysis - (meta and epi)... Com…
Bone tissue (structure)
Connective tissue with cells and mineralized extracellular ma…
Bone tissue (function)
Mechanical support, movement, storage of minerals and fats, p…
15 terms
Bone Tissue
proximal epiphysis
diaphysis
spongy bone
endosteum
end of the bone close to the attachment
shaft of a long bone
Layer of bone tissue having many small spaces and found just…
tissue that lines the medullary cavity
proximal epiphysis
end of the bone close to the attachment
diaphysis
shaft of a long bone
Bone Tissue
osteocytes
Compact bone is in what system?
Volkmann's canals
Spongy bone is arranged where?
mature bone cells
Haversian
blood vessels from periosteum
In Trabeculae
osteocytes
mature bone cells
Compact bone is in what system?
Haversian
27 terms
Bone Tissue
Functions of bone
Diaphysis
Epiphysis
Metaphyses
support, protection, assists movement, mineral reserve, blood…
the shaft or long main part of the bone.
distal and proximal ends.
regions where diaphysis joins each epiphysis.
Functions of bone
support, protection, assists movement, mineral reserve, blood…
Diaphysis
the shaft or long main part of the bone.
Bone Tissue
Function of Bone Tissue
Function of Bone Tissue
Function of Bone Tissue
Function of Bone Tissue
Structural framework for soft tissues and attachment points f…
Protects internal organs
Assistance in movement
Mineral Storage (Calcium and Phosphorous) and Release
Function of Bone Tissue
Structural framework for soft tissues and attachment points f…
Function of Bone Tissue
Protects internal organs
20 terms
Bone tissue
compact bone
osteon
lamellae
concentric lamellae
compact bone
osteon
33 terms
Bone Tissue
Different Tissues of Skeleton
Functions of Bone
Diaphysis
Epiphysis
Cartilage, bone tissue, epithelium, nerve, blood forming tiss…
- Supporting and protecting soft tissues ... - Attachment site f…
Different Tissues of Skeleton
Cartilage, bone tissue, epithelium, nerve, blood forming tiss…
Functions of Bone
- Supporting and protecting soft tissues ... - Attachment site f…
27 terms
Bone Tissue
6 main functions of bone
7 parts of a long bone
Diaphysis
Epiphysis
support, protection, assistance in movement, mineral storage,…
diaphysis, epiphyses, metaphysis, articular cartilage, perios…
bone shaft or body
distal and proximal ends
6 main functions of bone
support, protection, assistance in movement, mineral storage,…
7 parts of a long bone
diaphysis, epiphyses, metaphysis, articular cartilage, perios…
12 terms
bone tissue
Epiphysis
diaphysis
Metaphysis
medullary cavity
Epiphysis
diaphysis
Bone tissue
Articular cartilage
Epiphysis
Epiphyseal plate
Shaft
On articular surfaces of bone, periosteum is replaced by arti…
Head of the bone
Sandwich made up of 2 metaphyses with cartilage... between them
Diaphysis-long part of the bone
Articular cartilage
On articular surfaces of bone, periosteum is replaced by arti…
Epiphysis
Head of the bone
73 terms
BONE TISSUE
SKELETAL SYSTEM
CARTILAGE
SKELETAL SYSTEM FUNCTIONS
OSSEOUS TISSUE
*OSSEOUS TISSUE... *CARTILAGE... *LIGAMNETS
*FORMS MOST EMBRYONIC BONES... *COVERS MANY JOINTS SURFACE IN A…
*SUPPORT... *PROTECTION... *MOVEMENT... *ELECTROLYTE BALANCE -Ca AND P…
*CONNECTIVE TISSUE... *CONTINUALLY REMODELS ITSELF... *TWO TEXTURES…
SKELETAL SYSTEM
*OSSEOUS TISSUE... *CARTILAGE... *LIGAMNETS
CARTILAGE
*FORMS MOST EMBRYONIC BONES... *COVERS MANY JOINTS SURFACE IN A…
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